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Loose Moose Spotted Wandering Around Fitchburg

A young moose that’s been on the loose in Fitchburg this week has been tranquilized and will be relocated.


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Ex-College Worker Claims Boss Made Her Watch ‘Chick Flicks’

A woman who worked briefly for the president of a Maine college has filed a discrimination lawsuit against the school, alleging she was expected to play tennis, jog and watch “chick flicks” with her female boss.


Boston Prepares To Commemorate Year Anniversary Of Marathon Bombing

Observance To Mark Anniversary Of Marathon Bombing

Boston is marking the second anniversary of the 2013 marathon bombings with a subdued remembrance.


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Rhode Island Manufacturing Firm Wants To Build World’s Largest Surfboard

A Rhode Island engineering technology and manufacturing company has set out to build the world’s largest surfboard.


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Race Officials: Don’t Post Marathon Bib Numbers

Boston Marathon race officials are reminding runners who have qualified not to post their bib numbers online.


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Judge Approves Settlement Over Women’s Jail Strip Searches

A lawsuit settlement that would prohibit male guards from videotaping strip searches of female inmates at a women’s jail received preliminary approval by a federal judge on Thursday.


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Christie To Kick Off ‘Tell It Like It Is’ Town Hall Series In New Hampshire

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is taking his signature town hall events on the road.


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Dem Rep Angered By Cuts Mockingly Suggests ‘Euthanasia’ For Disabled

A New Hampshire state representative exasperated by budget cuts to programs serving disabled people has mockingly suggested the next step would be euthanasia.


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Judge Ends Maine Man’s Attempt To Salvage Cape Cod Shipwreck

A treasure hunter’s effort to salvage what he calls $3 billion in platinum from a World War II shipwreck off Cape Cod has been ended by a federal judge.